Houthis in Yemen: We are ready for an expanded prisoner exchange deal

Speaking to the Houthis Al-Mesira television channel, Abdulkadir al-Murteza, the Prisoner Affairs Officer of the Houthis, reminded that in the prisoner exchange talks to be held this month, they will make a new agreement with the government that includes the release of a total of 1400 people from both sides.

Expressing that they would welcome it if they agreed to expand the agreement, Murteza said that they were ready for an expanded prisoner exchange agreement with the government.

Murteza stated that they expect committees to be formed for the mutual visitation agreement between the government forces and the prisoners.

Macid Fedail, the spokesman of the Prisoner and Detainees Negotiation Committee of the Yemeni government, also said on May 2 that the government delegation made visits between Marib and Sana to see the conditions of the abducted and captives, including Mohammad Qahtan, one of the officials of the Islah Party, whom the Houthis have been detaining for nearly 8 years. He said that he had agreed with the Houthis to start a new round of negotiations on May 15.

As part of the last prisoner exchange agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthis last month, 887 people were mutually released.

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